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Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Pope Francis Confirms willingness to visit Uganda next year 2015: Well , wherever these servants of Satan(the popes) go , they leave behind not peace but DEATH, CHAOS, CONFUSION , SPIRITUAL BLINDNESS and DEVILS TO BIND A NATION. I think born again saints should start canceling this visit in Jesus’s name.

Pope Paul VI visited Uganda in 1969 , a few years after his visit in 1971 Dictator Idi Amim Dada came to the scene in 1971
Dictator Idi Amin Dada 1971-1979
The Late Pope John Paul IIVisited Rwanda in 1990, four years later there was a genocide in Rwanda in which even catholic priests participated

 The skulls of genocide victims in Rwanda

List of African countries visited by late Pope Paul II
Nuns jailed for genocide role

 Friday, 8 June, 2001, 17:20 GMT 18:20 UK

Sister Maria Kisito Mukabutera (Left) and Sister Gertrude Mukangango
The two nuns handed over refugees to their killers
A court in Belgium has sentenced two nuns to 12 and 15 years in prison for their part in the Rwanda genocide seven years ago. The Rwandan nuns were found guilty of homicide on Friday.

Sister Gertrude Mukangango received a 15-year sentence for her role in the massacre of some 7,000 people seeking refuge at her

Nuns go on trial for Rwandan genocide


FOUR Rwandans, including two Benedictine nuns, charged with taking part in the 1994 massacre of 800,000 people in Rwanda, went on trial in Belgium yesterday. The charges are that: On 22 April 1994, Benedictine Sister Maria Kisito, 36, who was born Julienne Makubutera, provided petrol that was used to set ablaze a building near her convent and health centre outside the southern Rwandan town of Butare, where 500 Tutsis were hiding. On 21 April 1994, Benedictine Sister Gertrude, 42, who was born Consolata Mukangango, forced hundreds of Tutsis hiding in the convent to leave, knowing they were going to be killed. Around 600 died on 5 May, the prosecution alleges. Sister Gertrude asked officials to remove the last 30 Tutsis, who were then killed on 6 May.

The Ntarama church massacre


The Catholic Church Must Apologize for Its Role in Rawanda's Genocide  

  The Pope was a man of double standards. He failed to apologise to Rwandese, Africans and humanity in general for the role played by the Catholic church in the Rwanda genocide. Why did he go ahead to protect and even call for the release of the Catholic bishops and fathers who were directly involved in the genocide? We all know of the fathers and bishops of the Catholic church who lured Tutsis and moderate Hutus to be killed in churches. Is the leadership of the Catholic church hiding and covering us from the truth of its behind the curtains world in the name of christianity?
Thomas Nyambane, Nairobi, Kenya,

Ntarama church sign


The late John Paul IIvisited Uganda in 1993, after the country sunk into a fully fledged dictatorship under Yoweri Museveni and a war that was to last over 20 years
Former catholic altar boy Joseph war waged war against Museveni's NRA from 1995. Because of this war  the Acholi people ended up in concentration camps
People's lips were cut off during the Joseph Kony war
In 2000 a cult of catholic priests and nuns  killed over 1000people 

 Too late : MPs start probe into Kibwetere CULT mass killings

Uganda Govt asks for three months to conclude Kibwetere pro: Oh! really

Kibwetere most wanted man in Uganda



When peace prayers of Anti-christ Pope Francis for middle east were rendered bogus: Israel’s Operation in Gaza Kills Over 1,000 Palestinians, One-Quarter Children

Pope Francis visited Israel in May 2014 a months later there was fighting between Palestinians and Israelis in which over 1000 people died



And To Which “god” Were Pope Francis, Mahmoud Abbas and Shimon Peres Praying to at the Vatican in Rome?

The catholic church and its papacy are controlled by the spirit  of death . No wonder the pope carries this spirit of death where ever he visits

Roman Catholicism and the worship of the dead XXII: Satanic inspired worship of Popes blood in Rio


No wonder wizards, sorcerers and even Cannibals in Africa find the catholic church a very comfortable place to be: Sedlec Ossuary: A catholic Church Decorated With Human Bones


Roman Catholicism and the worship of the dead XIII: Catholic chapel with rotten man and child hanging from chains


I am willing to visit Uganda - Pope

Pope Francis meets President Museveni at the Papal Building
Pope Francis meets President Museveni at the Papal Building in the Caticano, Rome yesterday. The Pope told President Museveni he is willing to visit Uganda and officiate at the 5Oth anniversary of the canonisation of Uganda Catholic Martyrs at Namugongo next year. PHOTO BY PPU 
By Stephen Kafeero

Posted  Tuesday, October 28  2014 at  02:00
In Summary
The Pope says Uganda Martyrs are considered very important in the Catholic Church.

Kampala- Pope Francis has expressed willingness to come to Uganda to officiate at the 5Oth anniversary of the canonisation of Uganda Catholic Martyrs at Namugongo next year.
This follows a Monday meeting with President Museveni who is on a four-day working trip to Italy at the Pope’s office at the Papal building in the Caticano.

Shortly after the meeting, the President tweeted “I and Pope Francis held a one-to-one meeting that lasted one and a half hours. I later introduced the First Lady my wife.”
According to a statement by the President’s deputy press secretary, Ms Linda Nabusayi, read: “The Pope has expressed willingness to visit Uganda and looking forward to the trip. The Pope and President Yoweri Museveni held a meeting at his office at the Papal Building in the Caticano.”
The Pope, according to the statement, said he was willing and looking forward to the trip. “He said Uganda Martyrs are considered very important in the Catholic Church,” read the statement in part.
However, the Vatican Curia, which manages the Pope’s schedule, is yet to officially confirm the trip to Uganda.
Mr Museveni travelled with a government delegation, including ministers; Adolf Mwesige Local Government, the Chief Whip, Ms Kasule Lumumba, and minister of State for Foreign Affairs Okello Oryem.
President Museveni first inspected a guard of honour mounted by the Papal guards shortly after arriving in the Vatican.

The Pope gave gifts to his visitors, including rosaries and his book on Faith and Social development.
He also gave a St Martin Medal named after an important missionary in the Catholic Church to the President.
Mr Museveni in return gave the Pope a copy of his book Sowing the Mustard Seed and a portrait of the Crested Crane. Later, the President held talks with Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Secretary of State of the Vatican. Cardinal Parolin is also the head of government for the Vatican State.
On Sunday, President Museveni donated $10,000 (Shs26m) to projects run by the Uganda Catholic Martyrs’ Church, Rome after touring church complex, which includes, a church building, recreation facilities and an office.
A fundraising drive expected to collect millions of shillings needed to redevelop the Namugongo Uganda Martyrs Shrine is underway. The Pope is expected to visit the shrines if he makes the trip to Uganda.
The Catholic Church in Uganda formerly invited him here according to the Archbishop of Kampala Diocese Cyprian Kizito Lwanga.
Early this year, the much awaited visit by the Pope was postponed with the Pontiff confirming he is unable to make the trip.
The celebrations of the 50 years of the Canonisation of the Uganda Martyrs, which the Pope had been officially invited to preside over on October 18, were also postponed.
The last Pope to visit Uganda was John Paul II, in March 1993. His predecessor, Pope Paul VI, had visited Uganda in August 1969.

Museveni meets Pope Francis

Publish Date: Oct 27, 2014
Museveni meets Pope Francis
President Yoweri Museveni (left) Pope Francis (middle) and First Lady Janet Museveni (right). PPU/PHOTO
By Vision Reporter

President Yoweri Museveni has met Pope Francis.

The President, who is currently in Italy has met the Pope, accompanied by the First Lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs, Janet Museveni and ministers, among others, the President also toured a number of historical sites in Rome and the Vatican.

The meeting lasted for one and a half hours and later the President introduced the First Lady Janet.

“Pope Francis has expressed willingness to visit Uganda at the 50th anniversary of the canonization Uganda Catholic Martyrs at Namugongo,” President Museveni tweeted.

The President gave the Pontiff a copy of `Sowing the Mustard Seed' book and a portrait of Crested Crane, Uganda's symbol.

The Pope gave President Museveni St. Martin Medal named after an important missionary in the Catholic Church.

President Museveni (left) holds talks with Pope Francis in Rome.

In brief remarks to worshipers who attended the Sunday prayers, at the Uganda Catholic Martyrs’ Church, Museveni said he had not visited the premises before because he was not aware of that church.

When Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected Pontiff last year, Museveni, in a congratulatory Twitter message, wrote:

“His Holiness Pope Francis. This is to congratulate you upon your election to the holy office of the Pope. Your Holiness, there is added significance that you are the first Pope to come from the third world, where the majority of Christians live. I am sure you will use your life experience to bring the necessary changes to the Catholic Church.”